Gallery Maria Theresa 13-light 2-tier Antique French Gold/ Crystal Chandelier

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ITEM#: 13421403

Draped in sparkling crystal, this elegant Maria Theresa chandelier features a 2-tiered design. This 13-light fixture is highlighted by an Antique French gold finish.

  • Number of tiers: 2
  • Includes 18 inches of chain and wire
  • Setting: Indoor
  • Fixture finish: Gold
  • Number of lights: 13
  • Requires 13 40-watt maximum candelabra base bulbs (not included)
  • Dimensions: 30 inches high x 28 inches in diameter

This fixture does need to be hard wired. Professional installation is recommended. Assembly is required.


Material Crystal, Metal
Finish Antique, Goldtone Finish
Switch Type Hardwired
Assembly Assembly Required
Bulb Wattage 40 W
Color Black, Brown, Clear, Silver, White
Height 23 in or more
Light Direction Multi-directional
Lighting Finish French Gold
Lighting Style Traditional
Lighting Type Chandeliers
Number of Lights 13 Lights
Dimensions 30 inches high x 28 inches in diameter
Warranty 1 year Manufacturer
Model Number A83-21532/12+1
Country of Origin China

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  • Most Helpful

  • Great Value
    Verified Purchase

    OK, so when you get this thing, yes it looks like a mess just out of the box. You have to put the frame together then hang every single one of those crystals yourself. Then the hanging wire is too short...aaargh!! (But I knew that before I bought it.) It took me hours to put it together. But finally, THE RESULTS ARE BEAUTIFUL!!! And yes, it is a great value for the money. Other sites have it for much more (see you tube). You'll be glad you bought it here, then you're not so tick off for spending half your day hanging crystals. Get it and get a long movie to watch while hanging, carefully.

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    andreagreatnesswithin Mar 28, 2012
  • maria Theresa chandelier
    Verified Purchase

    a bit crazy to assemble.but worth it....some of the crystals not of the highest quality but when finished ...looks awesome.....certainly for the looks like a 2000 dollar chandelier...

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    fgaz Jul 11, 2011
  • Antique French Gold Chandelier
    Verified Purchase

    All the pieces and the directions weren't shipped with the Chandelier and I had to call to get the pieces and directions that were missing. That caused a hardship to me.

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    sparkle56 Jun 18, 2011
  • Most Recent

  • It packs an awesome punch
    Verified Purchase

    The Maria Theresa chandelier is a stunning piece of house jewelry. I had thought that "gold" finish might mean titanium nitride, a popular and durable bright gold finish. But no: upon opening the box, my heart sank at the dull brownish-yellow paint. It's not very metallic. You can see it's a painted finish from across the room. I was ready to put it back in the box and return it. But on closer inspection, I realized that the fixture could be disassembled by unwiring the dozens of little glass florets that hold it together. It took a couple of hours to strip it to the frame, keeping careful notes and segregating the parts according to their positions. After painting the frame and other metal parts (canopy, chain, spun bowls) with metallic copper spray paint, it took five hours to reassemble it to the same state as it arrived in the box (that is, partially assembled). Partial assembly is not done to make life difficult for customers. Rather, the fully assembled fixture would never survive shipment. It would arrive as a box of twisted metal and broken glass. Just removing all the cling-wrapped foam from the parts takes an hour. But there's no other way to ship it. You don't have to be an electrician to complete the assembly. Anyone who's handy at crafts, jewelry, or assembling flat pack furniture could handle this. Supplied instructions are too minimalist, but the videos at help. Having your own tools and the confidence to improvise helps too. For instance, trying to cram 14 wires into one wire nut is physically awkward, so I wired them in groups of seven, with a pigtail wire between the groups. The chandelier needs a heavy-duty ceiling box, the same as would be used for a ceiling fan, supported between two joists or trusses. Final assembly and hanging it took a couple of hours. The canopy would not slide over the detachable chain link at the top, which is wider than the others. So I gave it the detachable link a "wasp waist" with a pair of vice-grips, by brute force. I spent another hour straightening all the candlesticks -- some of them tilt a bit, but you can carefully bend the socket brackets to true them vertically. Hanging all the crystals took another couple of hours, but it's the most enjoyable part of the work. Even with 15-watt candelabra bulbs (for a total of 195 watts) I usually keep it partially dimmed. Using the 40-watt bulbs each socket is rated for would create a glare bomb. Use separate downlights (recessed or track) to do the heavy lifting of lighting the table surface, and let the chandelier serve as ambient and decorative lighting. Installed, the overall effect is just astronomically over the top -- exactly what I wanted. It rocks the house. Visitors are stopped in their tracks, dumbfounded. It looks like a $3,000 fixture. My only caveat (and the reason for 4 stars instead of five) is the dull as dishwater factory paint, which is not consistent with the quality of an otherwise beautifully appointed fixture. Repainting is possible, but will cost you 6 to 8 hours of tedious work. The photo below shows the Maria Theresa chandelier with metallic copper paint. It turned out to be a big craft project, but worth every minute of those many hours of work.

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    jimhay Jan 16, 2017
  • Beautiful
    Verified Purchase

    This is a great chandelier for the money! Looks beautiful in our dining room. One light doesn't work, but it may be due to how we wired it. Very heavy, so make sure your crawling can support it : )

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    Lori B. Apr 16, 2016
  • Loved it
    Verified Purchase

    When I first received this chandelier I was bemused. But once I accepted the fact that I would have to hire an electrician to put it together everything just fell into place. Once the electrician finished putting it together and installed it, it was love at first sight. I am very pleased with my purchase. This same brand of chandelier would have costed me at least $1000 or more at Horchow, and according to the electrician who installed it, and he puts four or five of these fixtures together weekly, it is of good quality. I am very pleased.

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    runforthehills May 20, 2014
  • Absolutely do not buy
    Verified Purchase

    This fixture Needs to be assembled by an electrician,do not kid yourself into believing assembly is just putting on th crystals. It took my electrical 4 hours to wire the Thing, I think it is just not worth it. Not counting the 2 hours it took me to put on the crystals.

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    bibikerli Jan 5, 2014
  • After a week of recovery, you'll LOVE this fixture
    Verified Purchase

    The honest truth is that this fixture is ANYTHING but fun to put together…an issue not made much better by the so called "instructions" included. The placement directions for the million or so crystals is barely useful. Bottom line is the set up sucks, the fixture rocks.

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    heatherth Jan 3, 2014

Questions & Answers

  • Q:

    "Hi, Can this chandelier be used with a dimmer ?"

    • A:

      You are welcome to install a dimmer with this chandelier.

  • Q:

    "What is the diameter of the ceiling cap?"

    • A:

      Hi kriss10nyc, after reviewing with our support staff we found that the ceiling cap is 6 inches. I hope this helps, thank you for shopping with us.

  • Q:

    "Could you please confirm the materials of this chandelier, Crystal, glass, or plastic (as one review stated)."

    • A:

      Hello, cktp. We have checked with our support team and confirmed that the crystals are definitely real crystal. They are 24% lead crystals. Thank you for your inquiry. Have a great day!

  • Q:

    "is the product ul listed?"

    • A:

      Thank you for the question. The chandelier is not UL approved.

  • Q:

    "What is the weight?"

    • A:

      The shipping weight for this item is 50 pounds, which is very close to the actual weight of the item.

  • Q:

    "Voltage 100-120v Can it be used?"

    • A:

      It''s made for 110 volts, for US use only.

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